The daily trip of one of the huge passenger planes in the English Channel Service. Arrived at the flying field we watch the plane being brought from its hangar and see its folding wings spread and secured in position for flight. Ten passengers enter and take seats in the roomy cabin. Each is allowed fifty pounds of baggage. Approaching London we have a marvelous view of the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Bridge with its Big Ben Tower and the other prominent buildings, which as we rapidly... Topic: air travel
What decade has had the most technological advances? Andrew and Paul discuss modes of travel including air travel and trains. Are there more scares in the sky than we're told about? Topics: back to the future, air travel, technology, the future
Andrew, Coco, and Spencer discuss the crash of the Germanwings flight this week in the French Alps. Did the co-pilot suffer a mental break down? Andrew and Coco rant about link bait headlines on Facebook. Joe Tillman calls to weigh in on link bait headlines. Andrew talks about a crazy woman at the bar. Why do some people act immature for their age? Marvin from Florida calls to talk about the Goodfellas reunion. Topics: germanwings, lufthansa, air travel, facebook, link bait, bullying, goodfellas
Cool. You can see what #planes are #flying overhead.-MVJZEiuY5BZ.mp4 Cool You can see what planes are flying overhead MVJZEiuY5BZ mp4 planes flying Topics: aviation, air, air travel, planes, flying, Vine, KennethUdut
This NASA segment focuses on the importance of air travel in today’s society. Currently, over 600 million people travel on airplanes and it is expected that over a billion people will use air transportation in the near future. Attention is turning to ways to improve what is an already crowded transportation system. A unique government and commercial plan develops the Next Generation Air Transportation System, or NGATS. The Joint Planning Development Office (JPDO) is designing a multi-stage... Topics: air travel, transportation system, NGATS, JPDO, aviation safety
This video has a winter getaway theme. Using some classic commercial bits, and the "common thread" ending . This is the full version with intro. The single version is on my site. Topics: Larryophonic, vacation, fun in the sun, air travel, jet set
Andrew and Paul discuss their feelings on speaking in public versus doing a podcast. Is public speaking really all that different from doing a podcast? Andrew also gives tips on starting a podcast. Andrew and Paul also discuss travelling. Topics: public speaking, podcasting, podcast tips, travel, air travel
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This paper presents a small sample of passenger's experiences of low cost air travel (LCAT) and the opinions of principle tourism professionals. The paper draws from research undertaken in Newcastle upon Tyne in the North East of England. The paper initially discusses the limited amount of focus given to social class by those academics concerned with tourism and travel. Topics: Newcastle University, Sociology, Sociology Seminar, Sociology Research, Dr Mark Casey, Air Travel,...
All rights are reserved by the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (Penn Museum). Any use of the footage in productions is forbidden unless rights have been secured by contacting the Penn Museum Archives at 215-898-8304, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. This film and all of the films in the Penn Museum collection are copyrighted by the Penn Museum, and are not in the public domain. Topics: Monterey, Santa Barbara, Air travel, Missions, Trappist monks, Aerial photography, St. Louis...
All rights are reserved by the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (Penn Museum). Any use of the footage in productions is forbidden unless rights have been secured by contacting the Penn Museum Archives at 215-898-8304, or email email@example.com. This film and all of the films in the Penn Museum collection are copyrighted by the Penn Museum, and are not in the public domain. Topics: Hawaii, Hilo, Touring, Tourism, Lānaʻi, Oahu, Kilauea Iki, Halemaumau, Molokaʻi, Air travel,...
. Item is a one hour television documentary, narrated by Leslie Nielsen, featuring two Canadian grandmothers in an air race from New Jersey, USA, to the southern tip of South America and back. The story follows the pilots through the trials, dangers, and joys of the race over the course of almost three weeks. Of the nine planes that started, only six complete the race. Written by Barry Gray and Moyra Rodger, director of photograph, Gary Elmer, editors, Tim Reed and Paul Wong, on-line... Topics: Mountains, Weather, Views, Racing, Airplanes, Airports, Women, Air pilots, Air travel
Andrew and Spencer discuss Andrew's new diet. What kind of foods should Andrew cut from his diet to lose weight? Coco calls in to talk about his weight loss struggle. Bald Jerry and Joe from Staten Island call in to share how meeting each other in person went. Are they inseparable now? Mike Phillips Skypes in to lend his expertise as a pilot to share a couple stories about almost dying in a plane. How dangerous is flying? Spencer talks about his father passing and relatives hounding him for his... Topics: health, diet, weight loss, flying, air travel, death, new york city, health care
Independent Traveler was one of the worldâs first travel Web sites debuting in 1990. Itâs an interactive travelerâs exchange and comprehensive online travel guide for people who enjoy planning their own trips. I wrote an article entitled âFive Travel Tips for Lazy People,â and as we head into the busy summer travel season I thought Iâd share these tips with you. Topics: travel, tips, traveling, air travel, road trip, car travel, tourism, tourist, advice, help
In this episode, Iyaz explains what happened on his trip back from CES 2015 and how it was basically one big test of patience. Topics: quest for peace, inner peace, contentment, happiness, flying, trips, ces, air travel
Three-up 1/3 sheet flyer describing rights of travelers at airports in the United States, particularly as they pertain to interaction with staff of the United States Transportation Security Administration (TSA) . TSA "screeners" are not law enforcement officers, and cannot legally arrest or detain you. You have the 1st Amendment right to film, photograph, and record what happens in public areas of airports, including your interactions with screeners and other TSA staff. You have the... Topics: rights, law, legal, airport, air travel, united states, tsa, flyer, common carrier, airlines
Allison Fischbach drops in to tell the tale of her Irish airport woes, and we discuss the Netflix version of Arrested Development. Topics: Arrested Development, Netflix, Ireland, Airports, Air Travel, Adventure, Pants, Adventure Pants
Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. CHINA: RESOLUTION AND FALLOUT *Melinda Liu, NEWSWEEK Beijing Bureau Chief *Evan Thomas, NEWSWEEK Assistant Managing Editor, Washington, D.C. *Jim Nolf, China Specialist, World Policy Institute III. BUSH & THE ENVIRONMENT *Howard Fineman, NEWSWEEK Chief Political Correspondent IV. UPGRADING AIR TRAVEL *Adam Bryant, NEWSWEEK Senior Writer *Daniel Kasper, Director, Cambridge < MA office of LECG consultants; Former Director of International Aviation, U.S. Civil... Topics: Newsweek on Air, China, President Bush & Environment, Air Travel, IQ Rising, Health Focus Source: Nakamichi LX-5 > Creative Soundblaster > USB in, Lenovo B50-30 running Windows 8.1, Audacity 24bit/96KHz
Andrew and Spencer talk about their trip this past week to Vegas. How did they rack up a $1200 dinner bill? Spencer explains why you should never drink coffee on an airplane. Andrew talks about powdered alcohol. How does one consume powdered alcohol? Andrew and Spencer talk about their special arrangement they have if their significant others leave them. Andrew, Coco, and Spencer talk about travelling abroad. What does Spencer have against travelling to Europe? Topics: vegas, health, dieting, air travel, powdered alcohol, travelling, europe, new york city, ash...
All rights are reserved by the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (Penn Museum). Any use of the footage in productions is forbidden unless rights have been secured by contacting the Penn Museum Archives at 215-898-8304, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. This film and all of the films in the Penn Museum collection are copyrighted by the Penn Museum, and are not in the public domain. Topics: Touring, Tourism, Hawaii, Surfing, Volcanos, Beaches, Air travel, Seaplanes, Birthday celebrations
Made in the 1940s, FLAGSHIPS OF THE AIR presents a brief history of transportation, ending with the invention of the airplane, and the compression of time and space that came along with it. The film features the Douglas DC-3, American Airlines flagships. Stewardess service is seen at the 6 minute mark, and a transcontinental journey. The film emphasizes the safety of air travel, and explains how pilots navigate, and the safety checks made with meteorologists prior to flight. A travel agency is... Topics: Periscope Film, Stock Footage, American Airlines, Douglas Dc-3, 1940's, Stewardess, Air Travel
Andrew and Spencer share stories about their recent vacation to LA, San Francisco, and Napa Valley. Did the drinking get out of control? Andrew also shares about his horrible experience with homeless overrunning a Hilton Hotel, and his flight back to New York getting canceled. Is Virgin Airline all it's hyped up to be? Andrew also talks about his surprise visit to TWiT.TV. What happened what he and Leo Laporte came face to face? Topics: san francisco, hilton hotel, expedia, california, napa valley, air travel, twit.tv, leo laporte
This week on The Free For All: Andrew talks about his trip to LA to see Spencer. What trouble did he and Spencer get into? Andrew also rants about his flight to and from LA and his experience going through TSA when he refused to go through the body scanner. Are TSA agents under qualified? Coco explains the gigantic brouhaha he got into with Ben Sparks on Facebook. What the hell happened? And Nick from RadarGaming calls in to confront Andrew about not sending him a package Andrew promised. Topics: news&information, talk&interview, air travel, tsa, california, facebook, ben sparks,...
1995. Item is a sponsored production produced for the Department of National Defense by Yaletown Productions. This is the broadcast dub from the 1" English master. Reference code: AM1553-7-S2-: MI-368 Topics: Air pilots, Air travel, Airplanes, Airports, Military, Military training, Aerial photographs,...
Coco is back, barely. He tells us how his trip to the Gwar-B-Q in Virginia went. Why would anyone travel to Virginia for a Gwar festival? Andrew rants about long car trips. Mike Phillips calls to school Andrew on the cost of owning and operating your own plane. Chaunce Hayden calls in to share stories about some of the worst interviews he's ever done. Andrew talks about a crazy experience getting pizza from Domino's. And why don't we have flying cars yet? Topics: atlantic city, gwar, gwarbq, air travel, chaunce hayden, pizza, flying cars
What happened to the wonderful future of air travel we all got cheated out of? Chet Chumley and his Chimp explain it all in under one minute. Topics: Funny or Die Video Archive, All In, The Wonderful, Will Ferrell, air travel, airline, airport,...